Charlene White shares emotional reunion with children following I'm A Celeb

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! star Charlene White shared a wholesome snap of her reuniting with her kids, and we can’t deal with the cuteness.

The Loose Women presenter was the first star eliminated from this year’s series – which was won by Lioness’ Jill Scott – and certainly kept us all entertained after grilling Matt Hancock for breaking lockdown rules.

Charlene, 42, shares a five-year-old son, Alfie, and three-year-old daughter Florence with her partner Andy Woodfield.

During the earlier episodes was ‘overemotional’ and talked about ‘missing my kids.’

But the ITV newsreader looked more than happy to be home as she uploaded a picture of herself cuddling her little ones on Instagram.

‘Missed these hugs maaaaaaan. Missed these two so much ❤️❤️,’ she penned.

‘The school run was quite something this afternoon, they’ve both grown so much 🥰.

‘Huge thanks to Andy for holding down the fort back home. This adventure could never have happened without his love and support, and I know at times it was hard ❤️.’

Charlene also thanked her family, friends and neighbours before thanking her sister Carina for taking care of her social media and hugged her at the end of the bridge.

During her stint on the survival series, Charlene admitted that she feared losing her job following Hancock’s controversial jungle arrival.

‘I spoke to so many families that lost dads, mums, grandads, grandparents. As soon as he walked in, I thought, “I’m going to be walking a tightrope here”,’ she told MailOnline.

She added: ‘I didn’t want anyone to feel like I was being too sympathetic to Matt because that would jeopardise the job that I love and jeopardise my journalistic integrity.

‘It would have shattered the impartiality I’ve consistently had the past 20 years.’

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! is available to watch on ITV Hub.

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